Bergeranthus is a genus of plant in the family Aizoaceae. The genus is native to southern Africa. It consists of small, perennial, succulent plants. The leaves are thick and fleshy, and arranged in a rosette pattern. The flowers are small and white, and borne on a stalk.
How to care:
Bergeranthus are easy to care for. They prefer a well-drained soil, and should be watered sparingly. They can be propagated from seed or cuttings.
Plant do not require much fertilizer. A light application of a balanced fertilizer can be given during the growing season.
Type of soil:
Plant prefer a well-drained soil.
Plant should be watered sparingly. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings.
Plant prefer full sun to partial shade.
Pests and diseases:
Plant are generally pest and disease free.
Plant can be propagated from seed or cuttings.
Bergeranthus are suitable for use in rock gardens, succulent gardens, or as edging plants.